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The Potrero View 1970 - 2009
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37,964
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San Francisco's oldest continuously published community newspaper, the first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970. It was “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” This paper is still in publication. Other archived issues online: 2012 issues 2013 issues 2014 issues
At Guelph - University of Guelph Newspaper
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68
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37,527
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For close to 50 years, the University of Guelph kept its faculty, staff and students informed and connected through a weekly (and later biweekly) publication. When the university was officially created in 1964, a newsletter called the News Bulletin, which had formerly been published for Guelph’s three founding colleges — the Ontario Agricultural College, the Ontario Veterinary College and Macdonald Institute — was rechristened to carry the banner of the new university. The publication...
Silent Worker
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822
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36,850
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The Silent Worker was a popular national newspaper among the deaf population of the United States during the end of the 1890's through the end of the first quarter of the 20th century. Originally known as the Deaf Mute Times, it was first published in February 1888 and renamed The Silent Worker on September 27 of the same year. The New Jersey School for the Deaf continued its publication monthly, except for July, August, and periodically September until it ceased in June 1929. Deaf American...
Newspapers
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Tenderloin Times 1977 - 1994
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140
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33,987
VIEWS
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Tenderloin neighborhood community newspaper published mostly monthly from 1977 to 1994. The newspaper began as a project of Hospitality House originally developed as an activity for the clients of its Drop-In Center. Beginning in 1986 the paper was published in four languages reflecting the diverse population of the neighborhood: Khmer, Laotian, Vietnamese, and English. In 1993, the paper fluctuated between being trilingual (dropping Laotian) and quadrilingual.
Newmarket News
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526
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33,604
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A collection of the Newmarket News Newspaper.
Greater Lowell Newspaper Archive
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96
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32,963
VIEWS
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This collection brings together digitized copies of historical and contemporary newspapers from the Greater Lowell, Massachusetts area, including newspapers put out by schools, clubs, and other organizations beyond the traditional sources. All copies on here are available in high-quality, text searchable PDFs .
Topics: newspapers, merrimack valley, lowell massachusetts, umass lowell, uml
Visitacion Valley Grapevine 1996 - 2011
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288
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32,609
VIEWS
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Visitacion Valley neighborhood newspaper published monthly from 1986 to 2011 at the Visitacion Valley Community Center. Some issues include articles in Chinese, Spanish, and Tagalog.
The International Socialist
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484
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31,469
VIEWS
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The International Socialist was a newspaper published in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia from 1910 to 1920. It has also been published as International Socialist Review for Australasia. The International Socialist Review for Australasia was first published on 30 April 1910. It was printed and published by Henry Edmund Holland from 1910-1920 for the International Socialists, and by William Robert Winspear after 4 November 1916 for the Sydney Branch of the Australasian Socialist Party. It was...
The Stranger: Seattle's Only Newspaper
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192
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30,863
VIEWS
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The Stranger is an alternative weekly newspaper in Seattle, Washington, U.S. It runs a blog known as Slog. The Stranger was founded by Tim Keck, who had previously co-founded the satirical newspaper The Onion, and cartoonist James Sturm. Its first issue came out on September 23, 1991. The paper is distributed to local businesses, newsstands, and newspaper boxes free of charge every Wednesday. It calls itself "Seattle's Only Newspaper," an expression of its disdain for Seattle's two...
Spoke
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1,068
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30,774
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The Official Student Newspaper of Conestoga College.
Murzilka Magazine
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309
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29,362
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by Murzilka
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Murzilka (Russian: Мурзилка) is a popular Soviet/Russian illustrated magazine for children 6–12 years old produced from May 1924 to present days. At the end of 19th century Canadian illustrator and writer Palmer Cox created a cycle of poems about the little people brownie. Later Russian author Anna Hvolson on the grounds of his drawings had written stories about little forest men, where the main character dressed in white tie, with a walking stick and monocle was named...
Title: Aufbau (New York, N.Y. : 1934-2004). Extent of publication: 1. Jahrg., Nr. 1 (1. Dez. 1934) - Vol. 70, No. 5 (April, 2004) Copyright: © JM Jüdische Medien AG / Serenade Verlag AG, Postfach 8027, Zürich, Switzerland. Users may access, download or print low resolution copies for research, teaching, and private study without obtaining written prior permission of JM. Commercial use or publication of any portion of the work requires prior written permission of JM Jüdische Medien AG /...
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Topics: Jews -- United States -- Periodicals, Jews, German -- United States -- Periodicals, Jewish...
University of Toronto - Robarts Library
by Maceachen, Ewan, 1769-1849
texts
eye 28,228
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comment 0
At head of title, the title of the original edition: Faclair Gaidhlic is Beurla, le Eobhan Mac-eachainn
Topic: Gaelic language
Comic Books and Graphic Novels
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The complete first run of Little Nemo, 1905-1914. Scanned for comicstriplibrary.org from Little Nemo 1905-1914, published by Taschen, ISBN 3822863009
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Topics: comics, comic strips, dreams, nightmares
Ukrainian Canadian Students' Union
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134
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27,221
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STUDENT is the official publication of the Ukrainian Canadian Students' Union (SUSK) . The newspaper has served as a means of communication for Ukrainian Canadian student groups and alumni at universities across Canada for decades. Materials for this collection provided by: Ukrainian Canadian Students' Union
Peabody MA History Collection
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754
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26,483
VIEWS
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The Peabody Institute Library founded in 1852, from a donation from George Peabody is one of the oldest public libraries in Massachusetts. The Library’s archives promotes scholarship and research that relates to South Parish; South Danvers; Town of Peabody; the City of Peabody; the Peabody Institute Library; Eliza Sutton; George Peabody; local history and genealogy.
Topics: Almshouse, Almshouse—Peabody (Mass.), Athletic Association of The High School, City of Peabody...
Gallaudet University-Buff and Blue Newspaper
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13
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26,466
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The Buff and Blue has been the student-run newspaper of Gallaudet University since 1892.
Topics: Gallaudet, deaf, education
Abraham Anthony, son of John 1st -- Adams, Mass, branch -- Ann Eliza Anthony and Dickinson branch -- Benjamin Anthony and Odell branch -- Biography and career of D.R. Anthony, Leavenworth, KS -- Biography of Col. D.R. Anthony -- Biography of Dr. Francis Anthony -- Biography of Gilbert Stuart -- Biography of Mary S. Anthony -- Biography of Susan B. Anthony -- California branch, Asa Anthony -- Coat of Arms -- Elihu Anthony and Mason branch -- Elizabeth Anthony, mother of Gilbert Stuart, artist --...
Topics: Anthony family, genealogy
Family History Library
by Clan Diggers Genealogical Society (Lake Isabella, California); Kern Valley sun (Lake Isabella, California)
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Topics: California, Kern - Obituaries, California, Kern - Vital records, California, Kern - Newspapers,...
The Samson Option explodes one of the world's most closely guarded secrets—the secret of Israel's atomic arsenal. It relates, for the first time, the political, diplomatic, and military repercussions that have for decades been concealed from the world. It is also about America's ability not to see what it does not want to see. All American presidents since John F. Kennedy have turned a blind eye toward Israel's growing nuclear capacity while paying lip service to the goal of nuclear...
( 1 reviews )
Topics: Israel, Israeli, Nuclear, Nuclear Bomb, Dimona, Jonathan Pollard, AIPAC, Yitzhak Shamir, Yom Kippur...
Innis College Library
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202
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24,317
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Innis College is one of the constituent colleges of the University of Toronto. It is one of the University of Toronto's smallest colleges in terms of size and the second smallest college in terms of population with approximately 1870 regist ered students. It is located in the campus' historic west end, directly north of Robarts Library, and is named after prominent University of Toronto political economist Harold Innis. The College includes a fully equipped cinema, supporting 35mm, 16mm, and...
Rush University Medical Center
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114
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23,977
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From the Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center (Rush University Medical Center) Reports of Stewardship and Annual Reports Collection, #4712; from the NewsRounds Collection, #4719; from the Medical Bulletin Collection, #4727; and from The Magazine of Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center Collection, #4730, Rush University Medical Center Archives, Chicago, Ill. See webpage for more information: http://rushu.libguides.com/rusharchives . The original Rush Medical College was established...
Community Texts
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61 issue of Algeria echorouk daily newspaper
Topics: Algeria, Algeire, Algiers, Alger, Arabic, Arabe, North Africa, Maghreb
Community Texts
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Newspaper
Topic: Newspaper
Wartburg Trumpet
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23,414
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The Wartburg Trumpet is a student run newspaper providing news, sports, opinions, features and other information for the Wartburg College campus. The Trumpet began publication in October 1935 and continues to be published throughout the academic year.
MicroTimes Newsletter
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23
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20,787
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by BAM Publishing
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Published starting in 1984, the MicroTimes Newspaper lauded itself as the newsletter for computer users in California. Published in two editions (Northern California and Southern), with minor but noticeable differences between them, MicroTimes provided interviews, instructions, humor and opinion pieces related to all manner of home computers and business.
The Pacer
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1,217
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20,574
VIEWS
by University of Tennessee at Martin - Student Publications
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Established in 1928. Press archives of the student newspaper at the University of Tennessee at Martin. The University of Tennessee at Martin has had student-lead publications for most of its history, dating back to its time as the Hall Moody Institute in the early 1900s. The Baptist college's student newspaper, The Crimson & Gold was printed for several years according to Robert L. Carroll's book, The University of Tennessee at Martin: The First One Hundred Years . Carroll says that a year...
Topics: student newspaper, ut martin, university of tennessee junior college, university of tennessee at...
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The Jennie Huizenga Memorial Library offers students an extensive selection of resources for their studies. The library provides a quiet setting for students, faculty and visitors to read, write, and compile research. Reference librarians offer professional help with research needs. Special collections include the College Archives, from which the yearbooks are drawn; and the Van Namen Dutch Heritage Center, which includes records of the culture and institutions of Dutch Heritage in the Chicago...
In Fact Newsletter
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109
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19,866
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Henry George Seldes (/ˈsɛldəs/ sel-dəs;[aa] November 16, 1890 — July 2, 1995) was an American investigative journalist and media critic. The writer and critic Gilbert Seldes was his younger brother. Actress Marian Seldes is his niece. Influenced by Lincoln Steffens, his career began when he was nineteen years old and was hired at the Pittsburgh Leader. In 1914, he was appointed night editor of the Pittsburgh Post. In 1916, he went to the United Press in London and, starting in 1917,...
Virginia Military Institute Archives
by Virginia Military Institute
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The Bomb, the yearbook of the Virginia Military Institute (VMI) was first published in 1885. Volume 2 did not appear until 1895; since that time it has been published yearly except for 1945 and 1946. See Disclaimer
Topics: Virginia Military Institute - History, Virginia Military Insitute - Social Life and Customs,...
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Topics: Buchanan family, genealogy
The Industrial Worker (Newspaper)
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228
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19,263
VIEWS
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The Industrial Worker, "the voice of revolutionary industrial unionism," is the newspaper of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW). It is currently released ten times a year, printed and edited by union labor, and is frequently distributed at radical bookstores, demonstrations, strikes and labor rallies. It covers industrial conditions, strikes, workplace organizing experiences, and features on labor history. The newspaper was first printed in journal format in Joliet, Illinois,...
The Northwest Missourian
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2,549
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17,984
VIEWS
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The Northwest Missourian is a student newspaper published at present-day Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville, Missouri. The institution was formerly known as the Fifth District Normal School, Northwest Missouri State Teachers College, and Northwest Missouri State College. The publication debuted in 1914 as The Green and White Courier and was renamed the Northwest Missourian in 1926.
Topic: The Northwest Missourian
Community Texts
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Campaign In Russia: The Waffen SS on the Eastern Front The Epic of the Volunteer Wallonian Legion, A Unit of the Pan-European Waffen SS, as Told by Its Leader, Leon Degrelle The Russians came at dawn, the better part of two regiments, men and tanks silhouetted against the blood-red sun as they moved forward across the steppe. Huddled among the peasants' huts of Gromovaya-Balka, the men of the Wallonian Legion awaited them, silently cursing the frozen earth, which had offered implacable...
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Topics: Eastern Front, Leo Degrelle, Russia, WW2, World War II, Germany, Downfall, Defeat, Rexist Party,...
Thomas Crane Public Library
texts
eye 17,641
favorite 0
comment 0
Electronic resource
Topics: Quincy, Massachusetts
University of Toronto - John M. Kelly Library
by Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland; Joyce, P. W. (Patrick Weston), 1827-1914
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Preface -- Index -- pt. I. The Joyce collection -- pt. II. Continuation of the Joyce collection -- pt. III. The Forde collection --pt. IV. The Pigot collection
( 1 reviews )
Topics: Folk songs, Irish, Music -- Ireland
Folkscanomy Fiction: Stories and Writing
by W.H.G. Kingston (1814-1880)
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These books are in the form of PDFs. They are printable and searchable. They have been digitised by scanning nineteenth century or early twentieth century copies of the books. These original scans are also available in the Internet Archive. To make them more readable we have omitted the images, which can be seen, if desired, with the original scans in the Internet Archive. Books dated later than 1922 may not be viewed from within the USA. Many books of the period up to 1922 were originally...
Topics: Athelstane, Kingston, Principal Works, PDF, HTML
The American Socialist (Newspaper)
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164
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16,739
VIEWS
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The American Socialist Newspaper.
The View from Axminster
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443
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16,668
VIEWS
collection
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Sadness as newspaper series covering East Devon shuts with loss of 20 jobs..View News issued a statement on its Facebook page confirming the decision. Enter your email + Subscribe A series of newspapers covering Devon, Dorset and Somerset has closed blaming a fall in revenue. The View From series was based in Lyme Regis, Dorset, with editions covering Axminster, Seaton and Honiton in Devon, Bridport, Dorchester and Weymouth in Dorset, and South Somerset. It is understood around 20 jobs have...
Your Shepway
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268
ITEMS
16,340
VIEWS
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Your Shepway was a free weekly tabloid newspaper covering district of Shepway in Kent, England. Launched in 2007 and published by KOS Media, the newspaper was originally distributed directly to households on Wednesdays before being made a digital-only publication in January 2011. The last issue was published on December 15, 2012. An archived version of its website can be seen at https://web.archive.org/web/20120102030058/http://www.yourshepway.co.uk/home
The Lincoln Financial Foundation Collection
by Sherrill, William L. (William Lander), b. 1860; Lincoln Financial Foundation Collection
texts
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From the files of the Lincoln Financial Foundation Collection
Source: folio
Also known as "The Hidden Tyranny - 'Our God is Lucifer'" The confession of an insider to the globalist - Zionist elite. This classic interview is one of the "must have" pieces for the library of the NWO investigator. Gives insights into the thinking of the Committee of 300, and the Black Nobility generally. The insider who gave the interview was killed in 1973, ostensibly in a PLO terrorist attack, but more likely in a false-flag Mossad operation meant to shut him up. The...
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Topics: lucifer, blavatsky, media control, newspaper, nazi, zionism, Russia, Czars, revolution, fahey,...
20 Minutes Collection
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871
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16,200
VIEWS
by 20 Minutes
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20 minutes (pronounced twenty minutes) is a free, daily newspaper aimed at commuters in France. It is published by Schibsted and Ouest France Group. In Greater Paris, Ipsos and CEPA confirmed a circulation of 805,000 with a readership of 2,339,000. 20 minutes claims that its readers are "Young Urban citizens (15-40 years old) who consume less of traditional newspapers." The French 20 minutes was launched in Paris on 15 March 2002 and spread to 11 other urban areas of France. Each...
University of Toronto - Robarts Library
texts
eye 16,083
favorite 2
comment 0
Includes index
Topics: Archives -- Scotland, Ross and Cromarty (Scotland)
Cornell University Library
by International Bureau of the American Republics
texts
eye 15,799
favorite 0
comment 0
The metadata below describe the original scanning. Follow the "All Files: HTTP" link in the "View the book" box to the left to find XML files that contain more metadata about the original images and the derived formats (OCR results, PDF etc.). See also the What is the directory structure for the texts? FAQ for information about file content and naming conventions.
Your Medway
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266
ITEMS
15,332
VIEWS
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Your Medway was a free weekly tabloid newspaper covering the borough of Medway in Kent, South East England. Launched in 2007 and published by KOS Media, the newspaper was originally distributed directly to households before being made a digital-only publication in January 2011. The last issue was published in December 2012. An archived version of its website can be seen at https://web.archive.org/web/20120101111200/http://www.yoursandwich.co.uk:80/home
Popular Mechanics
texts
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comment 1
Popular Mechanics ~ 1946
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Topic: Popular Mechanics
Eastern California Museum
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124
ITEMS
14,724
VIEWS
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The Eastern California Museum was founded in 1928, and has been operated by the County of Inyo since 1968. The mission of the Museum is to collect, preserve, and interpret objects and information related to the cultural and natural history of Inyo County and the Eastern Sierra, from Death Valley to Mono Lake. The Museum collection is held in public trust, and a computerized database with over 15,550 records is used to manage the Museum's extensive collections. In addition to those artifacts,...
Topic: californiarevealed
MIT's The Tech Newspaper
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1,270
ITEMS
14,687
VIEWS
by MIT
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The Tech, first published on November 16, 1881, is the campus newspaper at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Editions are published on Thursdays throughout the academic year and about once a month over the summer. The Tech established an early presence on the World Wide Web, and continues to publish online in tandem with the print edition.
Richmond ReView 1988 - 2003
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146
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14,562
VIEWS
collection
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Western Neighborhoods community newspaper published monthly from 1988 to 2014 by Paul Kozakiewicz reporting on the Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights.
University of Florida Duplicates
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http://uf.catalog.fcla.edu/uf.jsp?st=UF000638841&ix=nu&I=0&V=D&pm=1
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Topics: Ethnology--United States, Ethnology--America, Anglo-Saxon race, Teutonic race, Citizenship--United...
George Hunt's presentation, given above, shows is that many of the Global initiatives taken in the name of “sustainability” constitute a new rendition of Communism, a new false liberation ideology. This presentation clearly shows the World power of an “Anglo-American” (read – Rothschild dominated) financial coterie. Here, people like you and I are called “the cannon fodder, unfortunately, that populates the Earth”. And a banking system set up by and for the Rothschilds is shown to...
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Topics: Scientific Dictatorship, Depopulation, World Order, New World Order, World Government
Falvey Memorial Library, Villanova University
by Villanova College; Villanova University
texts
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This microfilm reel has been digitized in four parts. This is reel 4 of 4. Part 1 of 4: http://www.archive.org/details/villanovan7117220 Part 2 of 4: http://www.archive.org/details/villanovan7117220b Part 3 of 4: http://www.archive.org/details/villanovan7117220c Part 4 of 4: http://www.archive.org/details/villanovan7117220d
Topics: Villanova College, Villanova University
Greenwich Time Newspaper
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341
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14,387
VIEWS
collection
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The Martlet
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516
ITEMS
14,314
VIEWS
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The Martlet, 1948-1973 The Martlet succeeded The Microscope as the student newspaper at Victoria College in 1948, and continued through the transition from the College to the University of Victoria in 1963. It remains the University's principal student newspaper. Its sponsoring bodies have been the Victoria College Alma Mater Society and its successors, the University of Victoria Alma Mater Society, and the University of Victoria Students' Society.
Susquehanna University
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The student newspaper began publication in 1891. Title changes are: Institute Journal (1891-1895); Susquehanna Journal (1895-1896); The Susquehanna (1896-1959); The Crusader (1959-date). Issues are grouped by Academic Year, which often varied.
Topic: College student newspapers and periodicals
Falvey Memorial Library, Villanova University
by Villanova College; Villanova University
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This microfilm reel has been digitized in four parts. This is reel 1 of 4. Part 1 of 4: http://www.archive.org/details/villanovan7117220 Part 2 of 4: http://www.archive.org/details/villanovan7117220b Part 3 of 4: http://www.archive.org/details/villanovan7117220c Part 4 of 4: http://www.archive.org/details/villanovan7117220d
Topics: Villanova College, Villanova University
Folkscanomy: Fringe and Off-Center
texts
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favorite 0
comment 0
Sew Her
Topic: Newspaper
Your Canterbury
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269
ITEMS
13,438
VIEWS
collection
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Your Canterbury was a free weekly tabloid newspaper covering cathedral city of Canterbury in Kent, South East England. Launched in 2007 and published by KOS Media, the newspaper was originally distributed directly to households on wednesdays before being made a digital-only publication in January 2011. The last issue was published in December 2012. An archived version of its website can be seen at https://web.archive.org/web/20111227222939/http://www.yourcanterbury.co.uk:80/home
Your Ashford
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271
ITEMS
13,418
VIEWS
collection
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Your Ashford was a free weekly tabloid newspaper covering town of Ashford in Kent, South East England. Launched in 2007 and published by KOS Media, the newspaper was originally distributed directly to households on wednesdays before being made a digital-only publication in January 2011. The last issue was published on December 15, 2012. An archived version of its website can be seen at https://web.archive.org/web/20120102070118/http://www.yourashford.co.uk:80/home
California Digital Library
by Das, Sarat Chandra, 1849-1917; Rockhill, William Woodville, 1854-1914
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Includes bibliographical footnotes and index
Topics: Tibet (China) -- Description and travel, Lhasa (China) -- Description and travel
Folkscanomy: Fringe and Off-Center
texts
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A collection of antisemitic quotes
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Topic: antisemitism
Community Texts
texts
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Building community since 1988
Topics: Nerlson, Express, News, Kootenays
Family History Library
by Clan Diggers Genealogical Society (Lake Isabella, California); Kern Valley sun (Lake Isabella, California)
texts
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favorite 0
comment 0
Topics: California, Kern - Obituaries, California, Kern - Vital records, California, Kern - Newspapers,...
Thomas Crane Public Library
texts
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comment 0
Electronic resource
Topics: Quincy, Massachusetts
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Topics: Wabaunsee County (Kan.) -- History, genealogy
Shelton State Chronicle
collection
186
ITEMS
12,158
VIEWS
collection
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The Shelton State Chronicle is a publication for the faculty and staff of Shelton State Community College in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
Topics: Shelton State, Shelton State Community College, Tuscaloosa, Newspaper
The Antioch News
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Antioch (IL) News issue from 07/10/1992
Topics: Newspaper, Antioch, Illinois, Lake County
Thomas Crane Public Library
texts
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comment 0
Electronic resource
Topics: Quincy, Massachusetts
World of '68 Micros
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34
ITEMS
12,022
VIEWS
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We offer support for all Motorola based computer systems and microcontrollers, and the OS-9 operating system. I'm the person who conceived of and published "the world of 68' micros" -- Frank (Francis) Swygert. The title is correct -- it was officially in all lower case to emphasize "micro" computers. For shorthand I often used "268'm" (two - the world of) in messages on Delphi and in the magazine. I started thinking about something like this when Falsoft started...
Thomas Crane Public Library
texts
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comment 0
Electronic resource
Topics: Quincy, Massachusetts
Comic Books and Graphic Novels
by Gaylord DuBois
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Lone Ranger Comics # 82 thru 99 The Lone Ranger Comics: Dell had a comic book series which lasted 145 issues. This originally consisted of reprints from the newspaper strips (as had all previous comic book appearances of the character, in various titles from David McKay Publications and from Dell); however, original content began with #7. Tonto got his own spin-off title in 1951, which lasted 31 issues, followed by Silver the horse in 1952, which ran to 34 issues. In addition Dell published...
Topics: Lone Ranger, Comics, cbr, westerns
FBI Files
by Federal Bureau of Investigation
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On February 4, 1974, Patricia Hearst, the daughter of a well-known newspaper owner, was kidnapped by members of the domestic terrorist group called the Symbionese Liberation Army. The FBI’s investigation of this kidnapping and Hearst’s actions while with the group was called HEARNAP. This release is a new processing of the FBI’s HEARNAP file, which was previously released.
Topics: FBI, Federal Bureau of Investigation, FBI file
Glen Park papers 1977 - 2012
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Community newspaper published from 1977 to 2008 by the Glen Park Association reporting on the neighborhoods of Glen Park, Sunnyside, and Diamond Heights in San Francisco. Published under various names over the years: Glen Park Association Newsletter (1977 - 1978), Glen Park Newspaper (one single issue in 1978), Glen Park Perspective (1978 - 1980), and Glen Park News (1982 - 2008), the paper had various publication schedules over its run.